Sunday, April 19, 2015

Jadore Dessange!

For about a month I've been using Dessange Paris Oleo Miracle Collection (shampoo, conditioner, and a replenishing oil) on my hair. I have really loved it! All of the products have a pleasant kind of citrusy smell to them.

The shampoo lathers in and rinses out nicely. The conditioner is thick and creamy and leaves my hair tangle free. The pair leave my hair smelling great!

At first I wasn't sure if the replenishing oil was to be used in the shower and rinsed out, but I quickly realized the bottle does say it is a leave in product. The directions are vague, and I have never used this type of product so I also guessed that it was to be used on damp hair. I think with the consistency of the oil it would make your hair look really greasy if it were used on dry hair.

After only the first use I noticed a huge difference in the softness of my hair. I thought maybe I was imagining it, but even my husband agrees that my hair is much softer after using this collection!

My only issue with the Dessange Paris Oleo Miracle collection is the price. The shampoo & conditioner retail at $9.99 for a tiny 8.5 OZ bottle. The replenishing oil retails at $11.99 for 3.4 FL OZ , but I find this price much more reasonable than the shampoo and conditioner because you only need a tiny amount of the oil, and the bottle will last much longer.

I received these products complimentary from Influenster for testing purposes. However I am committed to providing honest feedback based on my experience with the products.

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Brian Klawiter- You sir are a dumbass!

A local "Christian" Diesel mechanic, Brian Klawiter,  has taken to Facebook to share with the world that he will openly refuse service to gay people. He has obviously received a lot of comments on his post, most of which are along the lines that Christians don't get to judge others, that's God's job. Surprisingly he does have some support. Brian claims that he is receiving threats and has called upon his supporters to gather at his home and business to offer protection. I should also point out that his rants also state he is a huge supporter of guns, and will give anyone who comes in with a gun a discount, unless of course you are an on duty cop. If you feel so threatened shouldn't your big guns take care of you?

While I agree with him that we all have the right to free speech, I do not agree that he should post such things on his business page! It is highly unprofessional! If attention for his business is what he wanted, he definitely got it. They do say that any publicity is good publicity, however, in this case I am not sure that statement will ring true.

I had to ask...  "Why are you so offended by how other people have sex? I'm sure no one is asking you and your wife how you do it, so why do you care who others are having sex with, or what they are doing in their bedroom? It really isn't any of your business! To post these extremely outdated views on your business page is beyond unprofessional! Are you really surprised that people are threatening you? You claim that your nut and bolt comment wasn't about assembling a vehicle wrong, but that is NOT how your last post came off. Quite honestly I wouldn't be surprised if you have former unsatisfied customers use that quote against you if their vehicle wasn't fixed correctly by your business. Now you want protection because you were stupid enough to run your mouth on a very public platform? If they only send gay cops to offer protection would you deny any assistance from them? This is 2015, most people no longer live with the stone age idea that being gay is wrong. It's time for you to open your eyes and realize those people are just trying to live with the same rights as you or I. Their life is not effecting you in any way."
I mean really why does he care who a customer is having sex with!? I am not expecting him to answer, but I really wish he would!

Had he posted this on his own personal Facebook rather than the DieselTec page it wouldn't have received so much attention, as privacy settings could have prevented it from being shared as easily. But he is clearly seeking attention for his posts, as he reported to The Grand Rapids Press that he "Sat up overnight with a loaded pistol because of possible backlash over his Facebook post". Can you say drama queen!

So, how do you feel about this situation? Was it appropriate for him to post such things on his business page or should he have kept his mouth shut?

Thursday, April 2, 2015

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